January 24, 2012

the art of making pasta.

i'm a sucker when it comes to cooking classes
its so much fun to get your hands dirty with a real pro.
i went to the aspen's market pasta making dinner and had such a good time.
joel was awesome, telling us stories about his time spent in Italy learning to cook all types of pasta.
he showed us how to make fettucini, ravioli, tortellini, tagliatelle, and agnolotti.
after his demonstrations, we all dined on our homemade ravioli filled with butternut squash and fettucini topped with an incredible bolognese sauce.



if you are going to be in the jackson hole area this winter season,
hop over to Dishing's website to check out a schedule of upcoming classes!


23 comments:

Soo [Little Miss Fitness] said...

My mouth is seriously watering! This pasta looks amazing!! Beautiful pics, too. :)

Elizabeth Huebner said...

My experience with making pasta as been a positive one, you can crank some tunes and knock out pasta to last you through the winter. Truly jealous of all the things you have at your fingertips in JH. Love cooking classes - JEALOUS!

Fashion Meets Food said...

How much fun! I have always wanted to be able to make my own pasta! xo

Nicole Marie said...

funn!!!

jas said...

how fun and delish!

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Padgett Hoke said...

Oh my, I am so sad I missed this! I am going to make it to another one, I will check out the schedule - you down for another one?!

Inga said...

Oh that looks fun! I have never made pasta. It looks so complicated..

Girlie Blogger said...

Nice! Had no idea making pasta took so much effort. No wonder it taste so good.
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The Princess Little Box said...

Awesome! I always wanted to make pasta my self =)

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stephanie said...

Hi hi! Thanks for your little comment on my blog. My sis would LOVE to help you out -- she designs little things for people for cheap all the time! Her email address is screasy91@gmail.com if you want to drop her a line. :)

NauticalWheeler said...

Homemade pasta is delish! I had it when I was in Italy. There's no equivalent in a box!

From Brooklyn with love,

Jen

Britt @ The Magnolia Pair said...

You have such a cute blog layout! I am loving your posts ! Thanks for the sweet comment! I am excited to follow you!

xo.Britt
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elz said...

ugh, im so jealous - homemade pasta is the best & our pasta machine didnt make it to amsterdam sadly...

Kimia Kline said...

oh my gosh, this made me so hungry.

Kimia Kline said...

ahh it looks amazing. this just made me so hungry.

Champagne Cocktails, Cashmere Dreams said...

this looks so yummy!! I love going to cooking classes as well!! There is this place called Chopping Block down right by me and they serve you wine when you cook..it's so much fun!

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Hannah Maple said...

umm...that looks superbly delicious. just inherited pasta rollers from a pasta-aficionado-friend. can't WAIT to use them...and make this.

Janine said...

i would love to take a cooking class. that meal looks amazing. i've only ever attempted pasta once and well, i don't remember it going too well. your post inspires me to try again.

SARAH said...

eep! the foodie in me is trying to control her envy.

Julia @ WritersBlockNearYou said...

That is so awesome! I love pasta and have been wanting to make my own for a while! Very fun!

Taylor Morgan said...

Interesting post! I love watching the show "How it's made". So this is really cool.

memory said...

that looks too fun! i wish i knew how to make pasta (:

found your adorable blog through your comment on mr. taylor and his lady's blog today (: so glad i stopped by!

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Amira said...

Oh this is awesome!! And you got amazing pictures :-) My husband and I got a gift certificate to a cooking class, I'm even more excited to go now (although I doubt we'll get to make our own pasta!)

xo,
Amira